Day 2483: Crowded

The Year(s) of Living Non-Judgmentally

As usual, my mind is crowded with lots of thoughts, including ideas about what to write about in today’s blog post.

Last night, I watched part of the debate among the crowded field of Democratic candidates for President of these United States. Did anybody stand out from the crowd, for you?

Yesterday, my day was crowded with three Coping and Healing groups — two for patients and one for staff.

In one of the groups, I handed out the Rumi poem “The Guest House” which mentions “a crowd of sorrows.”


I love this kind of acceptance of whatever thought or feeling enters our crowded hearts and minds. In other words, nothing we feel or think should be considered trash.


The white boards in the group rooms were crowded with lots of topics.


The word “unexpected” stood out from one of those crowded lists.


It looks like the letter “D” has…

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  • Edward-David Ruiz  On September 14, 2019 at 1:00 am

    Thanks, young man. So far, not one of the candidates on the Democratic Party is worth intense study/scrutiny; perhaps, we shall have chosen one by early next year. In the meantime, we have to suffer the many antics of that a—–e who presently resides at the White House with his foreign-born wife. Enjoy what’s left of the weekend, and God bless.  e/s


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